MLE presents at 4th Workshop "Programmable Processing for the Autonomous / Connected Vehicle"

MLE presents "PCIe-over-TCP-over-TSN-over10/25GigE" at the 4th Workshop "Programmable Processing for the Autonomous / Connected Vehicle". 

This workshop was hosted by Technische Hochschule Ulm (THU) on September 24, 2020.

Click here to see the slides of the presentation.


MLE Upgrades NVMe Streamer

MLE updates NVMe Streamer a so-called Full Accelerator NVMe host subsystem integrated into Xilinx FPGAs. This update covers new NVMe SSD features such as changes in default page size and performance enhancements to support maximum bandwidth for modern PCIe Gen3 x4 m.2 SSD.


US Patent 10,708,199 for Heterogeneous Packet-Based Transport

Missing Link Electronics has been awarded US Patent 10,708,199 on Heterogeneous Packet-Based Transport which covers aspects of tunneling packets such as PCI Express (PCIe) Transaction-Layer Packets (TLP) over reliable TCP/IP over 1/10/25/50/100G Ethernet. This extends the range of PCIe and enables building distributed systems based on PCIe.



4th Workshop "Programmable Processing for the Autonomous / Connected Vehicle"

MLE and Xilinx, for the 4th time, will co-sponsor the Workshop "Programmable Processing for the Autonomous / Connected Vehicle". 

This workshop is organized by Technische Hochschule Ulm (THU) and will be held "100% online" on September 24, 2020.

Click here to see the Call-for-Paper. Deadline is July 17, 2020.


MLE Releases Update V1.4.9 for 10/25/40/50G TCP/IP Stack

Missing Link Electronics (MLE) has released update V1.4.9 for the network acceleration technology from German Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institute. Changes include various fixes for corner cases and to enhance support for the Xilinx 10G/25G PCS/PMA subsystem. This brings full TCP/UDP/IP connectivity for 10/25/40/50 Gigabit Ethernet to FPGAs by offloading protocol processing into programmable logic.


MLE and Trenz Electronics Deliver FPGA Turnkey Solutions

Missing Link Electronics (MLE) has partnered with Trenz Electronics to deliver FPGA-based turnkey solutions integrating FPGA and SoC modules manufactured by Trenz and IP Cores and Subsystems from MLE.


Xilinx Alliance Features Security Solutions from MLE

The Xilinx Alliance Partner Program, a worldwide ecosystem of qualified companies who offer Acceleration solutions, IP cores, Design Services, and Board development & production, features Missing Link Electronics professional services for Security. The services are built on-top of a strong foundation using Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC and Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC Hardware Root-of-Trust and open source ARM Secure OP-TEE.


High-Performance Cluster JUSTUS 2 uses Intel PAC D5005 FPGAs

MLE will support researchers in using the Intel Programmable Accelerator Cards (PAC) D5005 installed in the new High-Performance Cluster JUSTUS 2 at Ulm University in Germany. As an Intel FPGA Design Solutions Partner MLE has been given access to FPGA design tools and design methodologies including Intel oneAPI Data Parallel C++ and and will actively work with the KIZ at Ulm University so researches see maximum results from FPGA acceleration.


Embedded World Exhibition FEB 25-27, 2020

From Tuesday to Thursday, February 25-27, 2020, MLE will exhibit at Embedded World Conference 2020 in Nuremberg, Germany. For expert discussions on FPGA-based architectures for automotive, industrial and other embedded systems please visit MLE in Hall 3A Booth 331.


MLE Releases 10/25 Gig Ethernet NPAP for Intel Stratix 10 FPGAs

With great support from the Intel PSG Team Europe, MLE has ported the 10/25 Gigabit Ethernet Network Protocol Acceleration Platform (NPAP) based on the TCP/UDP/IP Network Protocol Accelerator from Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institute Berlin, Germany, to Intel's Stratix 10 Device Family. This lays the necessary foundation to perform TCP/UDP/IP protocol full acceleration for users of Intel's new Stratix 10 based FPGA Programmable Accelerator Cards (PAC) D-5005.